Miles Smeeton has lived a life about which most only dream. He served as a soldier in World War II, at which time he met his wife. He also spent a significant amount of time in Canada helping with the protection of various endangered species. During his lifetime, he also managed to write close to ten books.
Mr. Smeeton spent much of his life sailing the seas aboard his fourty-six-foot ketch, the TZU HANG.
While seeing the world, he and his wife had extraordinary adventures on six of
the seven continents. During his exploration, he was able to pen several rhymes and poems about alligators. He would send these off regularly to his
The collection of these poems became Alligator Tales. This work, which National Public Radio's Daniel Pinkwater calls, “A crackerjack of a book!” depicts the normally viciously tempered alligator as a
comical, laid-back animal. The poems make the characters, which are seen singing and flying, accessible to kids as well as grownups.
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